Tall, brunette American silent screen actress, who often appeared with Charles Chaplin at Keystone.|
She was born to Alma (Floyd) and Henry S. Smith (m. 4 March 1895); on 8 August 1908, Alma remarried to Thomas Garvin Edwards, though they divorced before 1920.
After a fairly steady screen career in comedy shorts for Keystone and Triangle from 1914 to 1917, she worked as a stenographer. On New Year's Day 1921, she married oil well worker Clyde Allen Shrode (1894-1970), with whom she had a son, Allen D. Shrode (b. 1924).
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